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Re: Website "easier editing"

From: Bernardo Barros
Subject: Re: Website "easier editing"
Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 12:18:36 -0300

For a user inexperienced new Lilypond user in programming (deal with
text and editors) I think he/she should make contact as fast as
possible with something like LilyPondTool. In this respect I think
this way should be as easy as possible for this type of new user.
Later he/she can choose a different method, but it's not likely that
he/she will stick with Lilypond if things become to uncommon in a
first moment. It's nice because it facilitate some common troubles for
new-users and it run on all platforms. I'm not saying it's the "best"
editor, but it's the best one for a first experience with Lilypond, in
my opinion. I like Emacs, I'm waiting to see more functionalities in
Emacs/lilypond-mode (maybe someone is doing extensions to
lilypond-mode right now???), but JEdit/Lilypond is running faster, I

On 7 May 2010 11:13, Graham Percival <address@hidden> wrote:
> The argument for #2: it doesn't make sense to have algorithmic
> programming environments like Strasheela and FOMUS in the same
> list as Denemo, Frescobaldi, and LilyPondTool; having the extra
> options will only confused newbies; if we keep 4 or 5
> "highlighted" programs in this list and move the rest somewhere
> else, it won't be much harder to maintain the list; etc.
> I'm not particularly looking for votes on this issue -- rather,
> I'm looking for reasons for (or against) #1 and #2 that we haven't
> thought of.  It would be great if somebody said "we should do #x
> because XYZ" and then have us go "of course!  XYZ!  That makes
> everything totally clear; we all agree due to XYZ."

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